Cape Town foodie Escapades: SeaBreeze Fish & Shell Review

Even in the throes of Fall, seafood is a steady craving floating through your head, seeking resolution. Those lucky enough to have their feet firmly placed on Cape Town soil, are close to some of the most delectable seafood cuisine – remastered into scrumptious delight, by world-renowned chefs in restaurant residence. Today’s foodie escapade takes…

Cape Town Foodie Escapades: The Daily Coffee Cafe CBD Review

Rustling footsteps, and curious glances – everybody walking across Cape Town’s central business district, and into this inner-city mall, is intrigued enough about the large clean windows, that they slow down and peer in. The widespread popularity of affordable caffeine and its accessibility in a hurry, has influenced a behavioral shift among SA’s working population….

Cape Town foodie escapades: Clarke’s Bar & Dining Room Review

Affordable restaurant food seems ofttimes a myth, especially within the confines of one of the most cosmopolitan cities on this great continent. You’d think KFC, Eastern Food Bazaar or even a place like Hudson’s, would offer up a better sit down penny-saving option, but even they have raised the marker of what was previously considered…

Cape Town foodie escapades: Sunset Café Review

Any restaurant or bar dwelling within range of the luxurious Camps Bay sea-shore, has the intrinsic benefit of accessible refinery and a healthy dose of sunny chill vibes. On Saturday, I vacated my stuffy apartment for the fresh air on Victoria Road. Sunset Cafe – located right on the Camps Bay strip – welcomed me with…

Cape Town foodie escapades: Dapper Coffee Co. Review

I’m sure you’ve seen my foodie escapades focused more on nightlife dining, but I like to switch it up. Today’s Cape Town foodie escapade took me for a lunch break at the corner of Strand & Bree Street, in the Cape Town central business district. Attracting the gaze of any passer-by, is a counterpoised establishment,…

What’s for Lunch: Yours Truly

While unashamedly marinating in the stereotype of a graduate spending hours on end parked in some dingy lit corner cafe, mainlining coffee and searching for jobs online, I decided to spend the last of my hoarded survival money on a hearty and healthy lunch. I usually pass by this shop whenever I roam Long Street,…

Hello from the Bay side

So I decided to brave the wave of early summer sweat-stained bodies and do some window shopping in Greenacres – a mall in Port Elizabeth currently undergoing a major facelift. Making itself known with loud, embarrassing and echoing wails, and gnawing contractions, my hungry tummy led me to a new establishment to get my grub…

Lunch is served 2.0

Today I’m munching on a Roast Chicken and Salad wrap, served with a side of french fries. I’m at Cafe Amiamo again and I give this a solid 7/10 for fulfillment.

Long Street shopping: Ball so hard

While searching for an outfit for an event I’m attending come Saturday, I decided to take my new baby out for a test run. Long Street and a good budget presented the perfect time for a whole expedition. I’ve written constantly about Long Street, it’s certifiably one of Cape Town’s best tourist attractions, and boasts…